Ramadan FAQs #07

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Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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Bismillah hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah who Allah and he was fbh Marine Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. Welcome back to another session of Ramadan FAQs, where we are every day

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answering your questions, we are addressing the questions that you all have that people have, particularly during the month of Ramadan. So, we've been doing this every single day.

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If you've missed any of the session so far, and you'd like to go through them, they're pretty short into the point 20 to 30 minutes at the most. Then you can either go to my Instagram account where you'll find the sessions are all saved, you can go to the YouTube channel, the column YouTube channel is always the best option. Everything is there, everything is organized. And you'll find everything very easy to click and watch there insha Allah, and we are also podcasting these sessions. So if you already listened to the Kalam podcasts on a regular basis, then you'll find them they're very easy to access and to listen to the handle Nabila. So let's go ahead and jump into

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today's session. So the very first question that we have here today is

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in regards to fasting, is it okay to not fast due to an AP exam?

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Any advice? Okay. So, before I answered the question, very quickly, allow me to explain how we answer these kinds of questions. Right? How do we know the answers to these questions? Let me let me talk about that for a moment. So fasting is an obligation that is mandated by Allah subhanaw taala Allah subhanaw taala mandated fasting upon us within the haoran

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quotevalet Kumasi yonka makuti Valentina mina publikum, La La Quinta takuan from unchecking them into Musharraf and we assume that whoever is alive in the month of Ramadan, then that person should fast the month of Ramadan. Okay. So fasting is mandatory in the month of Ramadan by the order in the command of Allah subhanaw taala. All right. Number one

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So number two, any exceptions, any dispensations any concessions to that rule

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can only be made through a very strong conclusive proof and evidence, you would need a verse of the Quran or or it would take some authentic narration of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam to create an exception to that rule, okay, and to provide to allow for some kind of come concession or dispensation. So that is very, very important to understand. Now, when we look at the Quran, what do we find?

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A lot funner which Allah in the Quran says, from an ngadimin Kumari gone on our suffering,

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whosoever is sick, or they are traveling, whosoever is sick, or they are traveling. So, from that we now know, we now understand that that concession for fasting is in the case of sickness, in the case of illness, or number two, in the case of traveling, when someone is on a journey, okay, and they are away from home, they are traveling, they're on the road, they're in Suffolk, though, those are the exceptions, the concessions, the dispensations available during them for the obligation of the fasting in the month of Ramadan. Okay, so some of the things that we've talked about already. What about a pregnant woman? I thought we said that she doesn't have to fasten, she can make this up

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afterwards. Exactly. Because that is impacting your physical health. Okay, you could end up doing damage to her, or the baby, or both.

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When a woman is nursing, same thing, right? This could actually jeopardize the well being the safety, the health of the baby of the

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mother, or both, potentially. Right. So that is made under that premise of physical health.

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That dispensation falls under that physical health item.

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Now that you understand how we do this, or at least just a brief overview of how we do this, now, let's go back to the question, is it okay, to not fast due to an AP exam?

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The answer will be no. Now,

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I am aware that there are some scholars that

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are a little bit more open to this issue. And they discussed this issue further, and they are willing to make an exception for someone who has an exam or something like that. I'm not denying them their opinion, I can only share with you two things, I can share with you the facts, the statistics, the survey,

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of have what the opinion of the scholars are,

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number one, and number two, I can only share with you what my own personal answer is and what my recommendation is. So when it comes to serving this issue among scholarship, the vast overwhelming majority of Muslim scholars are of the opinion that

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the vast overwhelming majority of Muslim scholars are of the opinion that

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having an exam as urgent or as necessary, or as critical or crucial as it may be,

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is not a valid excuse. That would allow someone to not fast during the month of Ramadan, even though it's obligatory on them. It would not be so it would not fall in the category where it would excuse someone from fasting during the month of Ramadan. It would not that's the majority opinion. Number two.

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My own personal answer on this issue is the same as the majority. I feel like no, this is not a legitimate reason for not fasting, the obligatory fast of the month of Ramadan, a lockdown Adam and Allah knows best. However, the questioner does ask.

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You have any advice?

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The first piece of advice obviously is tried to reschedule. Right. I'm pretty sure you thought of that. I'm not trying to be Captain Obvious. I understand that you probably thought of that already.

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But I just wanted to make

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That I said it. Okay. Number two, is that

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it's something philosophically the advice that I have is philosophically, there is hardship in everything. There's hardship in anything. And by the way, this

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this issue of, well, this is a really make or break kind of issue. It's my MCAT, it's my L SATs, etc, etc.

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There will always be something pressing in life, take it from somebody who's a lot further in life, there's always going to be something.

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Today, it's exams. Tomorrow, it'll be work, deadlines, projects, if you think

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if you think that those things don't become very critical, and don't become a problem or an issue, then you are going to be finding that out very soon. All right.

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Then, after that, then there's life stuff and family stuff. There's kids, there's births, there's illnesses and sicknesses and deaths, all kinds of things, there will always be something

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there's going to be very pressing. And this is your ability, your opportunity to develop that kind of resilience, that kind of strength, that kind of conviction. And also, to be able to train yourself to overcome it. Alright, so that is,

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so one moment.

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Okay. Sorry. I just had somebody leaving very bizarre comments. And

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that's another great question. Somebody could ask, what do you do when somebody starts leaving repeatedly, very weird comments? No, what you do you block them.

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You blocked them. Alright, anyways, so coming back to what we were doing, because we're trying to have a serious conversation here about phip in Milan, and somebody keeps leaving nonsense comments. Anyways. So the question was any advice, the advice is, yes, my brother or my sister, whoever it is.

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tough things will always happen in life. And this is your chance to develop that kind of spiritual resilience.

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And number two, is it's also your opportunity to really prove your dedication, your devoid loyalty, your devotion, your loyalty to Allah subhanaw taala. And Allah will help you, Allah will help you so fast. Do not skip your house, we're likely to allow him to Salah. Okay, we have a Ramadan question. If a little further can be on any odd night, why so much focus and given to the 27th? night? Very good question. Very, very good question.

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If I may, whoever asked the question, though. Now, I know that you did not watch the following webinar that we had about Nayla to cover. Okay. this past Saturday, we had a webinar about Laila to the other. Now, I know that you did not watch it yet. So first thing you need to do you need to go to the column YouTube channel, and you need to find the recording of the webinar. It is all there. It is only one hour long. That's it the whole webinar webinars one hour long. And in there the second session, I believe, yes. The second session was conducted by chef monta Sousa man, one of the instructors. And he talked about this right, what night is a little dinner? What are the narrations

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and why this night or that night? What are the evidences? But I'll give you a short answer. Okay, because you asked nicely, I will give you a short answer. The answer is that they live together could be on any of the nights. Why so much focus given on the 27 night, so much focus is given on the 27th night, because there are not one, but multiple companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who all shared their personal opinion, it is their opinion, it's not from the prophets, a lot of them, but because they are companions. Sahaba with one leg I think mentioned our ama I love you pleased with them. Because they are Sahaba and we respect and love the Sahaba so much, we honor

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them. So that's why people take the 27 night very, very seriously. But the fact of the matter is the prophets a lot he sort of did say that it could be any of the odd numbered nights, Villa Hotel alambre survive and Allah knows best. Okay, the next question is, is mainly to other the same night every year. So there's a difference.

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opinion, to be very honest with you very honestly, there is a difference of opinion on the better.

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The scholars, some of the scholars are of the opinion that it is the same night every year. However, for whatever in some scholars say no, it changes from year to year. Once again, I will tell you, I will give you what the answer is and if there's a difference of opinion, and then I'll mention what my own perspective on it is.

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My own perspective on this issue is that it moves from year to year, it is a different day, every single year. Well, luckily Tell me so up, but I find that to be more convincing, and Allah knows best. Okay.

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Now some money related questions. Okay. Hmm. Like zakaat and southern pi and all of that. Number one, what if you haven't previously paid Zakat? Can you pay it on now to catch up? Is there a penalty? Very good. Three questions in there. Okay, three parts. Number one. All right.

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What if you haven't previously pagers are caught? If you have not previously pagers are caught, then you need to pay it. The next question is, can you pay it all? Now to catch up?

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Not only can you you need to, you should now understand if it's a huge amount of money and you don't have that amount of money on hand right now. That's fine. You can kind of space it out and you can make payments and you can take your time, but sooner rather than later, sooner rather than later. Okay. And the last question is, is there a penalty that will then go along with it? No, there's not. There's no extra penalty. So if by your calculations, if you owed Zakat, you let's say you didn't pay last year, okay.

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And now you're paying discount for this year, and your God last year would have come out to $100, there's a God last year would have come out to $100, then you need to pay that $100 right now, you should pay that right now. And there's no further penalty on top of that, but you should take care of it immediately. Okay.

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The next question is, how do I change my checkout date? Is it better to give out than the last 10 nights? Um,

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see, like, when someone asked before in one of the previous sessions, is it better to give out in a month of Ramadan?

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It's kind of a yes or no question. Yes, generally speaking, of course, okay. However, when I say I'm not sitting necessarily saying no, but there is no specific evidence that explicitly says, pays accountant Ramadan. There's no narration that says that there's no Hadith that says, paid sick, often Ramadan, rather, rather.

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Generally, there are narrations that say any good deed done in Oman is multiplied by a lot. Okay. So by that logic, if you pay your accountant Ramadan, it's getting multiplied, the reward is getting multiplied. So the last 10 nights, again, any deed you do on the left to the other, gets multiplied exponentially. So there's nothing that explicitly says figures out during glass and light. But if you've got to think about it, logically, it adds up. That if somebody does those deeds during last night's the reward is getting multiplied exponentially? Well, luckily, the only thing I will caution is

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if you're the god due date you calculate in the month of Ramadan, then that's fine. But if you for let's say, for financial purposes, you calculate all your finances, including yours accounts at the end of the year. Right? You do it on an annual basis. So in January, you know, how much do you have to pay, and you're like, I'm going to hold on to it and not pay it until, but along comes in April. That part I would caution you about that part. Because you never want to leave an obligation undone. Because none of us know if we're going to live to see tomorrow. Right? So you want to do it sooner rather than later. All right, well, luckily, Adam and Allah will reward you for your intention insha

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Allah be the lucky tada All right, Allah is most merciful most kind. Now the person saying how do I change my god they it's just a matter of you picking another date and then calculating based off of that, in Allah knows best. Okay. Hold on, somebody is asking for an question. What are some good tafazzin? What are some good tips? Here's to read for the first time, right for a first timer. That's a very good question that will depend on language, right? What language do you have access to?

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I'm going to take a wild guess and I'm going to say English since you asked the question in English. I'm going to go ahead and assume you're asking about English okay. So for English there

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Some good tip I see there are some good tafsir books in the English language. However,

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at the moment, they have been translated into English from other languages. There is a Tafseer called my iPhone or on my iPhone or on alright right.

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And that is written that was written by a great scholar multi Shafi or it's funny Rama lavich Allah, he wrote it in Urdu, it was translated from Voodoo into English. And so while it's a good work, but again, it has been translated from ODU to English, so you know, places and a time to leave something to be desired. But nonetheless that is available. There's also

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the female

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the female Peron, which again was written in order to and then it was translated into English from ODU Okay, so, those are a couple of recommendations that are available in English to heme a looper on and maarif body for arm. Okay. However, one thing I will also share with you is that we're working on the process of creating tafsir resources in English, we have a few podcasts here alum, so hamdulillah we hope to resume that after Ramadan. So that will be a resource and I personally am also working on a long term project of a written to seed in the English language. That will be a little bit more practical for especially like you asked first timers. So inshallah we just have kind

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of the patience for those resources to develop. And may Allah subhanaw taala facilitate me I like sent me a lot make easy and May Allah bless the efforts.

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We

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have a couple of more questions here.

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So someone is asking the question. Okay. Um, can you talk about arriving late for a shot instead? Are we and so are we guys already started? Do we join or not? Okay, so I answered this in yesterday's q&a. I talked about it actually quite a bit of detail. The short answer is proteaceae. separately and then during into the thorough we're why, go check out yesterday's video I spoke about it. I actually broke it down in a lot of detail. It was a video from Tuesday, Tuesday, the fourth of May.

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And so yeah.

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Fourth of May. Absolutely. Okay. Now another question is when arriving late for budget at the masjid. Can I pray in my cinema for fudger afterwards?

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So there is a difference of opinion. Some scholars say you can get right up after fudger prayer and pray your son, the majority of the scholars say no you should not. There is one moment there is an aeration where the prophets Allah told the Sahabi to do that. But it's the only time he ever told somebody to do that. Otherwise, generally, the instruction of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was, do not pray anything. After you're done with your federal prayer until the sunrises do not do any no more prayer between the end of fudger salaam until the sunrises, nothing in between there no prayer in between there. So one time only one time to one Sahabi. The process I'm told him to stand up and

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pray sooner for fudger. The scholars explained that was to emphasize the Sunnah fauja. But it is the exception, not the rule. And we do not make rules out of exceptions. There are exceptions there, there are the rules. There are the rules. And then there are the exceptions to the rule. But we do not make rules out of exceptions. Alright, the rule always stays in place. And the rule is once you're done with federa, you don't pay anything until the sun rises. Well, luckily, a lot of describing Allah knows best. Okay.

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Another question, how can I make up for Miss prayers? They are too numerous to count. Another question. It's in the same question. Somebody said another question inside the same question. A lot.

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All right. I missed prayers in my teens, because I wasn't as aware of a law. I'm doing better now. But do I have to make them all up? Okay. Very good. So basically, the question is, you know, both parts of the question or both questions are essentially asking the same thing. And that is that somebody so here's again, the general rule. The rule is based off of the Hadith of the Prophet talathi, some Manama ansata known as E f, and usually Allah the following Sunday, Ada Baccarat. If you miss a prayer, you have to make it up. The moment you realize that you missed a prayer you have to make it up. So the moment you realize that you did not pray for a whole year.

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You got to make those prayers up 365 times five. Okay. So that's the rule. That's the rule. Now.

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Can there be exceptions to the rule? It depends. There's some difference of opinion. Some scholars do say that if a person has so many missed prayers, that it's years upon years, like this person said, all throughout their teens, I was having a conversation recently with, you know, Southern man,

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Mufti kermani,

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even shipment officer and we, we've talked about this issue that we've, we come across this more and more, that people haven't prayed for an entire decade or multiple decades of their life. Right. So they, I mean, calculation wise, they're gonna have, like, 100,000 prayers to make up, right? Something like that. They're gonna have like, you know, 20 30,000 prayers to make up. So what do you do? Right? So again, it goes back to there's a rule, then there's the exception to the rule. What I would generally say is, have the intention to make it up and periodically make some prayers up. Just be on the schedule. That you know, every week, you make up, you know, a you make up like one prayer

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a day. So in a week, you make up seven prayers, and just kind of keep that going. For if you didn't end up praying for so many years, just kind of keep on going. And, you know, until a person leaves this world and Allah will reward you for your intention. But

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focus primarily on not missing any more prayers. Your first job, once you realize, man, I gotta pray five times a day. So how to live and prayed in like 15 years.

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Your job number one

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is never miss another prayer. Prioritize that focus on that that is your first responsibility. All right, good luck with 10 items. So I hope that helps. All right. Um, we have a question about spirituality.

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Someone says I was born to a Muslim family, but I haven't been practicing till a few years ago. I fast give charity make a lot of do I recite the Quran but I still struggle to pray.

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I know these are the basics of the religion, but I find them to be a struggle for me. Does that mean my emotion is low? I feel guilty and beg Allah to help me every night or result to be better the next day but come the next day and I forget to pray door or put off us up till I get home from work. And at the end of the day, I realize I am missing prayers again. How can I get off this perpetual cycle of failure? Subhanallah First of all, where this question whoever sending this question brother sister, may Allah reward you? May Allah reward you for

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practicing your deen and trying to be more particular about practicing your deen in your religion. That is that is amazing to hear. Number two, you actually feel the guilt and the remorse and the regret of missing your prayer. That's a good thing. Never stop feeling that never let that go.

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Number three. We do got to fix it. We do got to fix it. Okay, you ask Is your mom though? Allah knows best. I can't say that. Only Allah knows what's in your heart. Right? How to chop off the elbow the process until the command Did you split his heart open? Allah knows. Right and maybe you could have some idea but just how you feel. But Allah knows what love to tell out of a loved one even without the sudo Allah knows what's in the hearts.

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But you asked the right question, how can I get off this perpetual cycle of failure? That's exactly you're thinking along the right terms. You have to shake things up.

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You have to shake things up. Right You got to switch things up. So you say you forget to pray the Lord put off also till you get home from work. Maybe don't do that anymore.

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Right.

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Make your will do in your lunch break.

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Right and then keep your will do

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like actually focus on keeping your will do so that as soon as it's over time as soon as soon as your time you go somewhere you find a corner you go out to the parking lot pray right next to your car.

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But you're gonna pray for a cause just the font that somebody's listening in and be like Oh brother, you should pray soon not

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write one thing at a time. But let's get the font

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for your font

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and then go right back to where it used to be five minutes. I sir like you want to get home from work and pray again keeper will do or make will do. Go out as you're leaving. Next to your car. Just pray. You're also part of the rock

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And then get in the car and drive home.

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And you will start to break the cycle. But unless and until you shake things up,

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you unfortunately, remain stuck. And we got to get you unstuck. All right. So those were the questions that were sent in. Now wanted to see if I could quickly answer some of the questions that were being presented here online as well.

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If I don't pray for a cure for a disease, but only in the hopes of elevating status, Is that wrong?

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No, that is between you and Allah, somebody is asking a question or somebody is ill they're not making your offer Shiva. They're just basically saying, I'm just going to trust Allah. And if I do have an illness, I get rewarded for it. It's elevating my status. That is between you and a lion, there's actually a companion who said that to the Prophet alavesa. So I know that it might offend some people's sensitivities. But the fact of the matter is, the props a lot of them did not have a problem with the sabie saying that it's between a person and Allah

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number two, I told him investment unfortunate.

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Okay, very good. Someone's asking a question that they sold in investment, they sold an investment a portion of which was made from Riba so I think what the currencies, they sold a portion of investment which was made from Riba I know it is not supposed to be given us a call or set a call or seeking any reward. But can it be given to a charity and what causes are allowed or not allowed? The general answer is yes, you can give it to any

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charity. Some scholars say try not to give it to charities that do religious kind of work, but ultimately, at the end of the day, the stronger evidence is on the side of Yes, you can give it to any charity, because buddy da, who has a servant to work for it, shout out the lucky teller. She was a slave she could receive zakat. She received charity from someone some food, she brought it home and gave it shared it with the processor as a gift to him. I shudder the Allahu talana tried to stop the process. And yet also she was given it as a cut. The proselytism said it was a cut for her, but it is a gift for us. So you can give it to any charity, I love to tell him to sew up. And Allah

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knows best. Someone is asking, Can you please shed some light on the difference between our way of fasting and the fasting of the people of the book?

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Allah which allowed them to swab? To be very honest with you, I am not very familiar with the history and the practices in Christianity and Judaism of fasting. So I'm not the right person to answer that question. We'll Lakota on him.

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Someone asked a question.

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The best way to memorize the Quran? That is a very good question. Very, very good question. And I've I don't have an immediate there's a it's got a longer answer. So I won't answer the question immediately. But what I will share with you some good news is we are working at column on a resource

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along with estado de la Ahmed, who is you know, our Arabic instructor, I follow him, and he has a lot of experience and expertise in the area of learning Quran and Arabic and so on and so forth. So we're going to be working on a resource in sha Allah with him.

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That is going to help instruct people on how to memorize up on so keep a lookout for that inshallah. Okay.

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So hello, very good question. Brother Abdullah is asking the question that how much water do I have to drink for my faster break? Today, someone had to go to the dentist, so it wasn't optional. He had to go to the dentist. A couple of times, I was questioning whether or not I swallowed liquid or spit. So what you should do is finish your fast for today. But make a note that you're going to make up this day I've heard well, Don is over as a precaution as a precaution, because there's a difference of opinion. Like in the chef, you're a school. What you basically mentioned could mean that your fast was still valid, and the Hanafi school, generally speaking, that would be considered

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something that would nullify invalidate your fast. Right? So what I would say is finished today, but do plan to make up for this day after Ramadan. Insha Allah. All right. Very good. Someone asked, brother Abdullah asked, Can you are you supposed to do Allah for winter and such Tila? There's a difference of opinion. Right? According to the majority of the scholars, you do not do a law. You don't have to make up for any witness that you know, with their prayers that you do not make or any such does of recite

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that you did not do immediately. The majority says the Shafi, Maliki humbly school says You do not have to make those up. They are all optional. However the Hanafi school says that it is a you do have to make it up. You do have to do that for them. So I would recommend doing the cover that is my recommendation that go ahead and make up an eat with your prayers. When he says it's an hour that you have not done. Well luckily turned on him. Can you have the Quran in front of you while praying tahajjud prayers? Again, there's a difference of opinion the majority of the scholar says yes. However, some scholars have the opinion that no you cannot. My recommendation on the matter is that

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it is fine because the 100 prayers are optional. Optional prayers. So therefore, there's more flexibility with optional prayers. But luckily tell him and Allah knows best. Okay, we also have some questions here and Instagram, I'm going to try to go through them as quickly as I can.

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But again, no promises.

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Okay.

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Someone asked a good question. It's kind of a practical wash, not really a fake question. If a person has to choose between a monster as long as that are we, but less peace and quiet kind of quieter environment versus less at all We, but it's a more kind of quiet place where you can focus, which mosque would you choose? So they're asking me which one I would choose. So

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when it comes to kind of the peace and quiet and again, you asked me, so I'm gonna say it, when it comes to the peace and quiet. I wonder what you mean? If you mean just like it's just chaotic chaos, right? Where it's not a comfortable place to pray that okay, I would take the more peaceful place. But if I peace and quiet sometimes it's an issue of like, kids and families and things like that I personally enjoy that kind of environment. Because I love taking my kids and my family to tarawih prayers. I always went it's at all we as a young kid growing up. So

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yeah, that's just my own personal take on the issue. All right. Another question that we have here is

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how much are you supposed to be forgotten how often it is once a year on an annual basis, go to alum dot Institute. And if you go to column dot Institute, slash Ramadan resources, you will find a very detailed presentation on how to pay zakat. Because this person, there's a couple of more questions as all of these gods have to go to one source or can you distribute? Ideally you should distribute, but again, go there, listen to the presentation, all these questions will be answered there. Mmm hmm.

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Someone's asking a good question that's sometimes called on starts on different days. So then how do we know what j is a little? It's a very good question. Right. And that's why some scholars even went as far as holding the opinion that it technically that whole what's described in sort of the other assuming number 97, that occurs on multiple nights.

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on different nights for different people, different areas, different regions, right? Well, luckily, it could happen. Look, the general rule again from the Quran is

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Allah subhanaw taala says,

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What in the remedy was good English? that God's mercy is greater than everything. So never limit the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala Good luck with that Allah. Okay.

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So in Ramadan, overloading the reading of the Quran, or should one focus on quality.

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Again, I think both are possible where you can read a large portion and still have some time for reflection. But if you do need to choose one or the other, my personal recommendation is to always choose quality, reflection and focus, when it comes to the Quran. is the God doing plots of land that are bought, we buy and keep it for a few years, and then sell them when we need money. So if that's already in your mind that you're going to buy it and eventually sell it then yes, you pay zakat on that? Um,

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someone's asking, what about praying in the car, if you're driving in the middle of a journey, if you're in control of the vehicle, then you need to stop the vehicle and get out and pray.

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Someone's asking that they heard that you shouldn't pray in a room where there are personal photos on the walls. Is there any authenticity to this? Yes, sir. Is because there was a curtain that had like little drawings of animals on it. In the end, it was hanging were in the direction. The processing would pray in the home and he removed it. He removed it later on pillows were made out of it, which were sitting on the side said that's fine.

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But it just could not be in front of him where he was praying.

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Um,

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see here.

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And finally,

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we have a bunch of questions submitted here on Instagram. What's the tip of breastfeeding during Ramadan? Can women not fast? We talked about that earlier, they are allowed to not fast if they feel like they won't be able to maintain it. Number two,

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is it permissible to inherit from a parent who has left Islam?

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So generally, um, again, this is a delicate issue and requires a more detailed answer. But generally speaking, the scholars are of the opinion that we do not inherit from non Muslims. So somebody has a parent who has left Islam, then

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no, they should not be inheriting from them as Muslims. There's a lot of questions in the question tab, our admin will has been noting all these questions. And those are a lot of the questions that we answer in these daily sessions. inshallah, I'm going to go ahead and pause here, I've already gone away over time. Xochimilco medical off ECAM. Thank you very much for tuning in. I hope and pray you found this session beneficial. Your questions are being answered, you're gaining knowledge, you're learning, you're practicing better. What do I want you to do? What I asked y'all to do every day, go to support column.com. Go to support column Comm. support the work that we are doing. And

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And before we leave, we have a really, really amazing question. All right. The really amazing question that we have here is from Rostov up there when Murphy

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said other fun is live now on Instagram, so y'all can hopefully hear what's up. Do you mind as asking your question live?

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He was wondering

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how to perform

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a lot prayer for can you think through the

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interesting. So first, so if I can break your question, your first part of your question is is it permissible to wake up in the afternoon?

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Yes. Is it permissible to wake up

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around?

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And then what do you do about your prayers if you woke up at 2pm?

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Just being a good friend, I don't want him to

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rather fall on the sword.

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You know, people can think what they want. So So when people say I have a friend, you actually do have a friend that you're asking about.

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Well, you are my friends.

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So for those who aren't following I apologize. We have a very bad we have a very bad habit of inside jokes. But startup man is making fun of one of our friends who is unfortunately known to notoriously wake up in the afternoon, please make the offer him.

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So whenever he wakes up in

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the

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morning

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everybody you know

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just remember he does.

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Yes,

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he does. He does.

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Alright everyone does. And thank you for tuning in. So in a corrupt labor cartoon